Andrés Lieja has more than 10 years of experience advising clients on a variety of tax issues, with an emphasis on tax litigation and representing clients before the Mexican Supreme Court. He has participated in numerous litigations related to federal tax assessments related to national and international transactions and the application and interpretation of international tax and commercial treaties, federal tax refunds, and tax assessments. He has represented major companies in the construction, energy, alcohol, manufacturing, automotive, and retail industries.
Andrés also has advised clients on tax consultancy related to the tax consequences of domestic and cross-border transactions, interpretation of federal and local tax law, and tax matters related to M&A.
In addition, Andrés has experience in administrative litigation, representing clients before administrative authorities in a range of matters and proceedings related to public bids and compliance agreements involving federal and local laws.
Andrés has written articles for a number of tax law publications. He also participates in pro bono activities, including the Firm's Laredo Project that assists women with claims for immigration relief.
- Vienna University of Economics and Business (LL.M. in International Tax Law 2012); Universidad Panamericana (Specialty in Tax Law 2010); Universidad Iberoamericana (J.D. 2008)
- Recommended lawyer in The Legal 500 Latin America for Mexico: tax (2016 and 2017)
- Spanish and English